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Spotlight on DB2 6.10 - User Guide

Spotlight on IBM DB2 LUW (Linux, Unix, and Windows)
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Instance Identification panel

The Instance Identification panel lists information about the monitored instance. Clicking anywhere within the panel brings up the Database Manager Summary drilldown.

  • Instance Name--The true name (as it is known on the server) of the DB2 instance you are currently monitoring

  • Node Name--The nname in the database manager configuration file at the client node

  • Node Type--The DB2 node type (local and remote clients, requestor, local clients, partitioned server, satellite, DCS)

  • Product Name--The DB2 name and version number

  • Product ID--The product code and version number for the DB2 client system on which the application is running

  • Service Level--The IBM build and PTF (Program Temporary Fix) levels of the current DB2 server and client

  • Server Version--The version number of the DB2 server

  • Partitions--The total number of partitions defined on the current instance

  • Startup Time --The timestamp showing when the database manager was started via the DB2START command


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